Biography

Patrick Drury is a character actor best known for playing shopkeeper John O'Leary in the Channel 4 television comedy Father Ted. His film credits include the horror movie The Awakening (1980) starring Charlton Heston, and the 1984 comedy Laughterhouse (also known as Singleton's Pluck) with Ian Holm. He was previously married to actress Caroline Langrishe.

Patrick Drury is a character actor best known for playing shopkeeper John O'Leary in the Channel 4 television comedy Father Ted. His film credits include the horror movie The Awakening (1980) starring Charlton Heston, and the 1984 comedy Laughterhouse (also known as Singleton's Pluck) with Ian Holm. He was previously married to actress Caroline Langrishe.

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2017 RSC Live: Titus Andronicus as Marcus Andronicus
2017 RSC Live: Antony & Cleopatra as Lepidus
1995 Father Ted (2 episodes) as John O'Leary
1994 A Breed of Heroes as Maj. Anthony Hamilton-Smith
1991 The Men's Room
1990 Shoot To Kill as Detective Inspector
1985 Laughterhouse as David Wolmer
1980 The Awakening as Paul Whittier

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